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Cephalopods n.e.i.

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Cephalopoda

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Sepia officinalis

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Cephalopoda

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Sepiidae, Sepiolidae

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Cephalopoda

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Cefalópodes

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Cephalopoda

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Cephalopoda

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Cephalopoda

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Siphonopoda

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Cephalopoda

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Cefalópodos

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Cephalopods (Cephalopoda)

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Cefalópodes (Cephalopoda)

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Cephalopoda (321XXXXXXX)

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Type of trawl Cephalopoda

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Tipo de arrastão: ι—» para cefalópodes _BAR_ _BAR_

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By-catches: 3 % fish, 0 % cephalopoda and 0 % crustaceans.

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Capturas acessórias: 3 % de peixes 0 % de cefalópodes e 0 % de crustáceos.

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"Kondakovia longimana" Filippova, 1972 (Cephalopoda: Onychoteuthidae) from the Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean.

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"Kondakovia longimana" Filippova, 1972 (Cephalopoda: Onychoteuthidae) from the Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean.

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Lower Crateceous - Cephalopoda (Nautiloidea & Ammonoidea), Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 424 p., 93 pl.

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Lower Crateceous - Cephalopoda (Nautiloidea & Ammonoidea), Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 424 p., 93 pl.

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* CLASS CEPHALOPODA** Subclass Nautiloidea: nautilus** Subclass Coleoidea: squid, octopus, cuttlefish*** Superorder Octopodiformes*** Superorder Decapodiformes**** ?Order †Boletzkyida**** Order Spirulida: ram's horn squid**** Order Sepiida: cuttlefish**** Order Sepiolida: bobtail squid**** Order Teuthida: squid***** Family †Plesioteuthididae ("incertae sedis")***** Suborder Myopsina****** Family Australiteuthidae****** Family Loliginidae: inshore, calamari, and grass squid***** Suborder Oegopsina****** Family Ancistrocheiridae: sharpear enope squid****** Family Architeuthidae: giant squid****** Family Bathyteuthidae****** Family Batoteuthidae: bush-club squid****** Family Brachioteuthidae****** Family Chiroteuthidae****** Family Chtenopterygidae: comb-finned squid****** Family Cranchiidae: glass squid****** Family Cycloteuthidae****** Family Enoploteuthidae****** Family Gonatidae: armhook squid****** Family Histioteuthidae: jewel squid****** Family Joubiniteuthidae: Joubin's squid****** Family Lepidoteuthidae: Grimaldi scaled squid****** Family Lycoteuthidae****** Family Magnapinnidae: bigfin squid****** Family Mastigoteuthidae: whip-lash squid****** Family Neoteuthidae****** Family Octopoteuthidae****** Family Ommastrephidae: flying squid****** Family Onychoteuthidae: hooked squid****** Family Pholidoteuthidae****** Family Promachoteuthidae****** Family Psychroteuthidae: glacial squid****** Family Pyroteuthidae: fire squid****** Family Thysanoteuthidae: rhomboid squid****** Family Walvisteuthidae****** "Parateuthis tunicata" ("incertae sedis")==Commercial fishing==According to the FAO, the cephalopod catch for 2002 was .

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* CLASSE CEPHALOPODA** Subclass Nautiloidea: náutilo** Subclass Coleoidea: lula, polvo, sépia*** SuperOrdem Octopodiformes*** SuperOrdem Decapodiformes**** ?Ordem †Boletzkyida**** Ordem Spirulida: Spirula spirula**** Ordem Sepiida: sépia**** Ordem Sepiolida**** Ordem Teuthida: lula***** Família †Plesioteuthididae ("incertae sedis")***** SubOrdem Myopsina****** Família Australiteuthidae****** Família Loliginidae: calamari, lula-mansa***** SubOrdem Oegopsina****** Família Ancistrocheiridae: Ancistrocheirus lesueurii****** Família Architeuthidae: lula-gigante****** Família Bathyteuthidae****** Família Batoteuthidae: Batoteuthis skolops****** Família Brachioteuthidae****** Família Chiroteuthidae****** Família Chtenopterygidae: Chtenopteryx sicula****** Família Cranchiidae****** Família Cycloteuthidae****** Família Enoploteuthidae****** Família Gonatidae****** Família Histioteuthidae: Histioteuthis****** Família Joubiniteuthidae: Joubiniteuthis portieri****** Família Lepidoteuthidae: Lepidoteuthis grimaldii****** Família Lycoteuthidae****** Família Magnapinnidae****** Família Mastigoteuthidae****** Família Neoteuthidae****** Família Octopoteuthidae****** Família Ommastrephidae****** Família Onychoteuthidae****** Família Pholidoteuthidae****** Família Promachoteuthidae: Promachoteuthis sulcus****** Família Psychroteuthidae: Psychroteuthis glacialis****** Família Pyroteuthidae****** Família Thysanoteuthidae: Thysanoteuthis rhombus****** Família Walvisteuthidae****** "Parateuthis tunicata" ("incertae sedis")== Aparência ==Como todos os cefalópodes, caracterizam-se por possuírem cabeça distinta, simetria bilateral e tentáculos com ventosas.

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* Felley, J., Vecchione, M., Roper, C. F. E., Sweeney, M. & Christensen, T., 2001-2003: "Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda".

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==Classificação==A classificação aqui apresentada deriva de Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda(Maio de 2001).

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==Classification==Squid are members of the class Cephalopoda, subclass Coleoidea, order Teuthida, of which there are two major suborders, Myopsina and Oegopsina (including giant squids such as "Architeuthis dux").

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== Taxonomia ==Trata-se de moluscos marinhos da classe Cephalopoda, subclasse Coleoidea, ordem Teuthida, que inclui as subordens, Myopsina e Oegopsina (esta última inclui a espécie "Architeuthis dux", a lula-gigante).

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Among Mollusca, he described not only the pearly nautilus but also "Spirula" (1850) and other Cephalopoda, both living and extinct, and it was he who proposed the universally-accepted subdivision of this class into the two orders of Dibranchiata and Tetrabranchiata (1832).

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Entre os Mollusca, ele não apenas descreveu a "pearly nautilus", mas também a Spirula (1850) e outros Cephalopoda, vivos e extintos; e foi ele que propôs a subdivisão mundialmente aceita dessa classe em duas ordens de Dibranchiata e Tetrabranchiata (1832).

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First records of "Taningia danae" (Cephalopoda: Octopoteuthidae) in Galician waters (north-west Spain) and in Scottish waters (UK).

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A Lula-luminescente-de-mar-profundo ("Taningia danae") é uma espécie de lula que vive nas águas profundas do Atlântico.

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Cephalopodas

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Cefalópodes

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Cephalopodas

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Cefalópodos

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